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Date of publication: 2017-08-24 08:03

89 You see how it is, my dear Theseus, 89 said she. 89 You must possess far more strength than now before I can trust you to go to Athens and tell King Aegeus that you are his son. But when you can lift this rock, and show me what is hidden beneath it, I promise you my permission to depart. 89

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I think the theme is betrayal , love, and sacrifice. Sacrifice because he knows he may die in the labyrinth from the minotaur or not finding his way because he doesn 8767 t tell her his is suppossed to marry some other lady and love because even though he betrays her he truly does love Ariadne but hurts her deeply!

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it was sonderful and i think theseus deserved to drown after he left adriane on a island. after all she did for him he tricked her into staying on the beach. luckily baccus saved her and cheeered her up.

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In the old city of Troezene , at the foot of a lofty mountain, there lived, a very long time ago, a little boy named Theseus. His grandfather, King Pittheus, was the sovereign of that country and was reckoned a very wise man so that Theseus, being brought up in the royal palace, and being naturally a bright lad, could hardly fail of profiting by the old king s instructions.

I think:
The Theme=Betrayal because Theseus killed the Minotaur and then tricked Ariadne after he implied that he would marry her.
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89 Yes, Theseus, 89 she said, 89 the time has come, and you must stay no longer at my side! See what King Aegeus, your royal father, left for you beneath the stone, when he lifted it in his mighty arms and laid it on the spot whence you have now removed it. 89

Ed, Poseidon the Sea God sent the minotaur as a punishment to king Minos. Minos was supposed to sacrifice a bull to Poseidon, but he decided to keep it for himself.

The theme Is Betrayal. Betrayal Is the theme because he betrayed the princess who had helped him and without her help at all he definitely would have died.

Once upon a time, a long time ago, there lived a king named Minos. King Minos lived on a lovely island called Crete. King Minos had everything a king could possibly want. Now and then, King Minos sent his navy to the tiny village of Athens, across the sea.

betrayal definitly because the king betrayed his son and the prince betrayed the princess,courage could also be one cause Theseus had to use courage to even step into the maze,not to mention kill the miotaur

Theseus, a genuine Greek hero of the Mythology and Minotaur, one of the most devastating and terrifying monsters are the main protagonists of a myth that involves gods and monsters, heroes and kings and two of the main city–states in the Hellenic world: Athens and Crete.

Theseus’ boat stopped at Naxos and the Athenians had a long celebration dedicated to Theseus and Ariadne. After long hours of feasting and drinking, Ariadne fell asleep on the shore and didn’t enter the boat that sailed to Athens. Theseus figured out that Ariadne was not with them when it was too late and he was so upset that he forgot the promise made to his father and did not change the sails.

The walls of the palace shook and trembled, and King Minos said, 8775 Thank Zeus! It seems that Prince Theseus has rid us of the terrible monster but he will never find his way out of the labyrinth and will surely die there. 8776

I know no one will probably read this but I love Greek, Roman, andNorse mythology and I know that this is a greek myth. I noticed that even though this is a greek myth it said Bacchus. And he is a god of wine but he is the roman god of wine. Seeing how this is a greek myth it should have said Dionysus for he is the greek god of wine.

89 The Minotaur! 89 exclaimed Prince Theseus and like a brave prince, as he was, he put his hand to the hilt of his sword. 89 What kind of a monster may that be? Is it not possible, at the risk of one s life, to slay him? 89

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